Remember to be kind and patient with yourself, and know that you are not alone in this journey.
Ultimately, setting the bar in relationships requires a balance between being firm in your values and being open to new experiences and perspectives.
I know that the last thing you want to do when you are missing your loved one is to clean your space. However, today I hope to motivate you to get to it! Cleaning can be a helpful tool for reducing stress and promoting mindfulness. In part three of my series on why you might…
Grief can be a very overwhelming and emotional experience, and engaging in a task like cleaning can make you feel better by providing a sense of control and organization in a time when everything might feel chaotic.
While clutter might seem like a minor issue, it can actually contribute to depression in several ways.
It’s important to give yourself time and space to grieve, and to not put too much pressure on yourself to get organized right away.
I know that in the life you’ve been given at the moment it may feel like a bomb went off, and you may wonder why even bother?
In our grieving process, there is a before, and after, and the mess in the middle. There is a period of darkness, and eventually there is light.
When you can accept your circumstances with a mindset of calm and determination, knowing that you’ve got your back, you are living into your superpowers.
In your life after loss, you may often find yourself wondering who is running your life? Is it the crazy part that tells me to hide in the cave, or the brave side that whispers to you to take the chance on your future?